Category: Father

How Priceless

How heavy the toll false life exacts a fee commissioned for every earthbound judgement we treat as luxuries the anger, disappointment, fear shame wrought by the empowered by us, to us How priceless the strength Life fueled hope maintained Love enduring in silence rebuking such hate in silence […]

Worlds Collide

You’re a lonely looking thing – a paradox in this microcosm of modern society, everybody here and not really here, everybody rushing to someplace they can barely remember they were in such a hurry to get to, rushing to spend money on uselessness, to numb aches with moments […]

To Sate The Insatiable

I’ve been fighting for time to write this blog for about a week now, ever since an unofficial challenge was proposed by my friend Rabid Mongoose. He and I were in a discussion on the concept of human desire and the ways that it more often than not […]

Unfamiliar Sort of Home

I’ve been wondering about you lately. I know you’re used to that, because we’re all wondering about you and have been for years. I just can’t help but think you are capable of so much more. No, I’m not talking about solving the world’s pains with some miracle […]

More Human Than We Know

While he was eating, a woman came in with a beautiful alabaster jar of expensive perfume made from essence of nard. She broke open the jar and poured the perfume over his head. (Mark 14:3 NLT) I’ve found this story a cross between touching and confounding. Beyond the […]

The Untouchable

A little love story for all the untouchables out there. Truly, who among us has not felt so? It was not hope that moved the afflicted one to walk the many miles of roads to the city’s outskirts. Hope had given way long ago to quiet anger, then […]